Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Every control has a name that identifies it. The name must be unique on the page. When you add
a control to a page, the Forms Designer assigns a default name that consists of the type of control
followed by a number. Thus, adding two TextBox controls will result in the controls named
TextBox1 and TextBox2 . You will often want to change the name of a control to describe its
function. This is explained in the section on control properties later in this chapter.
A selected control displays a border and handles.
When a control is selected, you can perform the following actions with it:
n To move it, point at the border — the mouse cursor will change to a 4-headed arrow —
and drag to the new location.
n To resize it, point at one of the handles — the mouse cursor will change to a two-headed
arrow — and drag to the desired size.
n To delete it, press Del.